Ferguson Library Becomes Refuge for Adults and Children Amid Strife
From ABC News:
Amid all of the strife engulfing Ferguson, Missouri, this month, there is one spot in town that has become a refuge for children, parents, and residents: the library.
The Library has also emphasized its role as a community institution, placing signs outside the building noting that it stands with community members, at a time when the town’s police department has battled protesters with tear gas and rubber bullets.
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From KSDK-TV in St: Louis.
“Ferguson Public Library welcomes students”
NewsChannel 5 found some teachers welcoming students to the Ferguson Public Library. It’s a place where young people can be with friends and take part in educational activities like reading or arts and crafts.